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We live in a world of many divergent views — religious beliefs, factions, ethnics. Who can agree? What if we could all agree on moral precepts that were common to all cultures? A code that creates bonds between all ethnics and races. A code for all men.  The Way to Happiness fills this void
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This may be the first nonreligious moral code based wholly on common sense. It was written by L.Ron Hubbard as an individual work and is not part of any religious doctrine. Any reprinting or individual distribution of it does not inferconnection with or sponsoship of any religious organization. It is therefore admissible for government departments and employees to distrubite. It is a nonreligious activity.[Reprinting can be arranged with the copyright owneror his personal representatives.]
A person can exist in different conditions. Ethics is the means by which he can raise himself to a higher condition and improve his survival.

"But remember that whatever these all add up to, the child will not survive well unless he or she eventually becomes self-reliant and very moral. Otherwise the end product is likely to be a liability to everyone including the child." Way to Happiness, LRH These results come from a public High School just outside New York City, NY. This is a school that over the 18 months prior to the start of the Youth Education Campaign had 1-2 murders per month, they had 2-3 gang and other fights in the school per day and had a full time staff member assigned to handling the student fighting. The Way to Happiness staff held an all school assembly for 2,000 students and showed them all of The Way to Happiness Public Service Announcements. Then for the rest of the day they delivered short seminars to teachers and students on different precepts found in the The Way to Happiness book.

Here are the results-for the 2 weeks following the introductory session there were NO, NONE, ZERO fights in the school! For the 2 months following there were NO, NONE, ZERO murders!!

Nancy Cartwright [Voice of Bart Simpson]

I would like to personally highly commend Nancy Cartwright for being the first individual responsible for funding the distribution of one million (1,000,000) The Way to Happiness books

- Denice TWTH foundation.


In November and December of 2007 Nancy Cartwright and Happy House funded the distribution of one million The Way to Happiness® books to homes in the San Fernando Valley, California, in 3 different languages.

In February the Daily news reported that violent crime rate in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles dropped 40% and in August 2008 the LA Times reported the San Fernando Valley had the "Safest Summer Since 1967"
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Although you may not recognize her name, you would certainly recognize her voice. Nancy Cartwright is the voice of Bart Simpson and many characters on other animated shows.

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The latest figures show huge drops in vehicle theft, violent crime, assaults, and property crime compared to February 2009. Here are the stats reported by The Province:

Property crime down 39%
Auto theft down 58%
Serious assaults down 38%
Violent crime down 23%

Over 65,000 custom edition booklets of The Way To Happiness were distributed by an army of peace makers. A strong team of The Way To Happiness supporters worked tirelessly to deliver bundles of booklets to charitable organizations, schools, and youth groups.

1,000,000 distributed in the San Fernando Valley Crime Rates Drop in Los Angeles

1. How has The Way to Happiness been accepted in society?

Given the fact that 77 million copies have distributed all around the world in over 90 languages, I'd say it is one of, if not THE most accepted non-religious ethical guides in print.

2. How are you using The Way to Happiness in your community?
I co-founded Happy House, about 4 years ago. It is a non-profitorganization who uses The Way to Happiness book and PSAs to “Build Better Families”. Through Happy House, I have distributed 1,000,000 copies of The Way to Happiness to homes within the San Fernando Valley, delivered family workshops on how to useThe Way to Happiness in life, and with the help of people like Carol Loweree and TimMelchior, are delivering a pilot program using The Way to Happiness for younger people in youth centers and schools.

3. What benefit would The Way to Happiness have for Community leaders,sports coaches etc.?
It is such a practical tool and when it is accompanied by the 21 Public Service Announcements to give an aesthetic visual demonstration of each precept, it presents a viewpoint that seems to be missing in our neighborhoods. Many families are broken up. Many couples are forced to divide expenses by both parents having jobs. The “family unit” has suffered a bit from this. Also, there are so many distractions that pull our attention from actually helping the youth of today: videos, DVDs, the internet, video games, etc. By having A The Way to Happiness program in any community, school, club, etc. the kids would get a little “boost of truth,” a little bit of that basic community and family value-based education --somethingthat I feel is lacking in many of their environments.

4. Have you seen any changes in the crime following your One Million booklet distribution?
I read the statistic in the Daily news that violent crime rate in the Valley dropped 40% in January 2008 as compared to January 2007. I personally funded the distribution of one million The Way to Happiness booklets to 500,000 homes in the Valley and Burbank, in 3 languages. Obviously there is no means of spotting the exact cause of the drop in crime, and there are a lot of good people out there working on the gang problem, trying to get youth programs going, etc. But after this massive mailing of this simple, common-sense book, to see that the crime rate dropped that drastically, I don't think it was just a coincidence.

5. What is it about The Way to Happiness that makes it accessible despite religious or philosophical beliefs?
The very fact that it is not a religious text, and yet embraces the basic values that have been expressed and embraced by so many societies for so long makes it accessible regardless of religion, race, etc. What I really love about The Way to Happiness is that it doesn't just give you a list of what you should and shouldn't do, but actually gives you the reasons behind the values - WHY you should or shouldn't do this, HOW it can affect your life and gives you the guide on how to apply it practically to your life.

6. Why are you so active with The Way to Happiness? What was your purpose in doing this?
I read the book back in 1992 when my kids were just babies and thought it was just the sweetest and most practical little book for raising a family. Both my kids grew up with these guidelines and I helped them to understand why it is so important to live a good, clean life. My daughter and son, both teenagers now, never went through any “terrible twos” or any recalcitrance when they hit puberty. They both know the concept of contribution to others and to their community. Raising healthy, happy kids was and continues to be my main purpose - they are the future.

Providing moral guidance in the secular arena

Benefiting people of all colours, cultures and creeds

To preserve democracy and ensure unbiased political administration, a growing number of nations have chosen to maintain a separation of church and state. And while there are some arenas in which the boundaries of such separation have a tendency to overlap, perhaps none is more rife with the secular argument than our schools.

While no religion should be enforced upon a school's students, efforts to remove religion's influence in schools can nullify the moral guidance such teachings often provide. As L. Ron Hubbard commented, "People and even little kids in schools have gotten the idea that high moral standards are a thing of the past," which in turn, brought him to the pivotal question: "What if one were to put out a non-religious moral code? One that appealed to the public. One that would be popular and could be kept. One that would increase the survival potential of the individual amongst his fellows. And one the general public itself would pass on."

Thus he wrote The Way to Happiness — not a religious work, but a means to fill the void left by the lack of moral guidance. It promotes no religion or faith; rather it helps one decide for himself the manner in which he lives, especially during times of moral dilemma.

In the United States, where The Way to Happiness was initially published in 1981, programmes based on the book have reached 12 million students in more than 12,000 schools. An independent study found that 85 percent of teachers with classes participating noticed a positive change in their students' understanding of moral values, while 90 percent noticed a positive change in their students' attitudes.

As a school principal noted, "We have decreased the violence by 70 to 80 percent over the school year. We have decreased disrespectful attitudes toward teachers, decreased vulgar language and gestures....

"Kids are now more apt to sit down, calm down, think about what to do and set a good example. It is not 100 percent," she summarised, "but it is 100 percent improvement."

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